In October 2012, Issaquah 6th, 8th, 10th, and 12th graders took the State's Healthy Youth Survey — the fifth time Issaquah School District had been involved in the state-wide data collection effort.
The biennial Healthy Youth Survey is a joint effort between the state Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, Department of Health, Department of Social Health Service's Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse, the Community Trade and Economic Development, and the Family Policy Council.
Many Washington school districts like Issaquah voluntarily administer the anonymous survey to sixth-, eighth-, 10th-, and 12th-grade students in October. Questions focus on risky behaviors as well as safety and violence, physical activity and diet, and emotional wellbeing.
BOARD PRESENTATION Summary of Healthy Youth Survey data presented at the April 24, 2013 School Board meeting
DATA CHARTS contain graphs comparing district and individual middle and high school student responses to responses from students in schools across the state of Washington:
Data charts contain graphs comparing district and individual middle and high school student responses to responses from students in schools across the state of Washington:
Raw data includes responses for all questions and indicates the margin of error or confidence level for each response.
Note: The District grade 12 report is pending and will be calculated without Skyline's grade 12 because Skyline did not test their 12th graders this year.